Entry-Level Motorola Phone Spied with Verizon Branding
Yet another Android-powered handset from Motorola has been unearthed. The Verizon-bound WX445 appears to be a budget-conscious phone, reminiscent of the Palm Pre Plus. According to an Engadget source, the device features a screen around 2.5 inches and 3 inches, runs Android 2.1 with MotoBlur, and “is not a very impressive phone.” It’s not known whether this is a full on Blur experience a la the T-Mobile Charm or the less intrusive Droid X flavor. It’s also noted that the camera does not feature a flash, nor was the pixel count mentioned.
I say there is plenty of room for low-end Android phones. Verizon has been hitting us with top shelf stuff for quite a while now and perhaps it’s time for the “free after rebate” models to trickle in! Be sure to check out the full gallery of pictures over at Engadget’s post. As soon as we can piece together code names or more specs, we’ll definitely pass them along!
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